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Cunning Workmen by Isabella Alden
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Mr. Robert Hammond stood before his glass brushing his hair---very fine hair it was, and it crowned a handsome head.
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"I have sent for you," said Sarah, "because I want you to tell me how to die." Cora Parkhurst is simply too busy with other things to get to know the girls in the Sunday school class or to spend much time preparing her lessons.

Robert Hammond, on the other hand, is absolutely dedicated to the boys in his class, addressing their concerns in his Sunday sessions and helping them battle their temptations all week long. Concerned for Cora and her class, he invites her to a teachers' meeting, hoping to spark her enthusiasm for teaching. But what begins innocently enough gets complicated when Cora's fiancé becomes jealous.

In the midst of it all, gravely ill Sarah calls for her Sunday school teacher. What she asks of Cora will change Cora's life--and everyone else's as well.

Heartwarming stories of faith and love by Grace Livingston Hill's aunt--Isabella Alden. Each book is similar in style and tone to Hill's and is set in the late 1800s and early 1900s.

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Cora is simply too busy to get to know the girls in her Sunday school class or to spend much time preparing lessons. A colleague invites her to a teachers meeting hoping to spark her enthusiasm for teaching, but what begins innocently gets complicated when her fianc becomes jealous.… (more)

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